I hardly think being too informal isn’t the biggest issue affecting the atmosphere at Catholic churches. Nonetheless, a few priests in the Diocese of Leeds in England came to the conclusion that it’s inappropriate to say “good morning” after standing in front of the congregation and...
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It’s one thing for a Catholic priest or bishop to deny Communion to a politician who supports policies that go against the Catholic Church. But to separate everyday parishioners from God because they voted for a candidate who is pro-choice? One priest is so inclined:
The pastor of...
July 24, 2008 | 3:59 pm
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Let’s be honest: Mark Shea won’t really have the last word on P.Z. Myers and the secular bloggers’ desire to desecrate holy communion. How could he? If you were to total all the comments on all the blog posts about Myers’ stated mission and the Catholic League’s counterproductive...
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The stereotypical Jewish woman is strong, supportive, receptive and respected. Growing up, she is showered with love,
pampered by objects and experiences of beauty and quality. She keeps a welcoming home. She attends to detail, wants what she wants and is unapologetically "high...